Saturday’s Spartan Baseball Game Rained Out

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EAST LANSING, Mich. -- Michigan State baseball’s game Saturday afternoon has been postponed due to rain in the East Lansing area.

The Spartans and Hoosiers will now play games doubleheader on Sunday, April 21, starting at 12:05 p.m., for games two and three of the weekend Big Ten Conference series.

Saturday’s Military Appreciation Day will be rescheduled for a later date to be announced. Military families with those tickets will be valid and accepted at any other home game, or for the rescheduled Military Appreciation Day.

Sunday’s games will be Fan Appreciation Day, presented by Sparrow, with free admission.

Any schedule updates due to weather will be announced on www.MSUSpartans.com and on twitter @statebaseball.

Fans can also follow Spartan baseball action through “Live Stats,” “Listen Live” and “Watch Live” links found at MSUSpartans.com. The games will be video streamed on BTN2Go, and will also be carried on the Spartan Sports Network live audio stream. The broadcast will be available exclusively at SpartanSportsNetwork.com and on the network’s 24/7 app for mobile devices (available on iTunes and Google Play). Broadcast veteran Scott Moore calls the action alongside former MSU manager/bullpen catcher David Greenberg in select games.